THE SYNTHESIS INSTITUTE

Advancing psychedelic research and empowering aspiring practitioners through psychedelic education and professional training.

Introducing The Synthesis Institute’s
10-Hour Ethical Psychedelic Care Certificate
with Dr. Rosalind Watts, Dr. Anja Loizaga-Velder, Daan Keiman, Camille Barton, and Meghan Kennedy.

3-Feb-08-2024-08-56-50-0989-PM

 

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Become a Psychedelic Practitioner

Next Cohort starts in April 2024. 

Discover how this unique, interdisciplinary program prepares contemporary psychedelic practitioners to steward this new paradigm ethically and safely. 

Our one-of-its-kind training program is designed for those seeking a research-backed, wisdom-rich, somatically informed, and heart-centered approach to psychedelic facilitation.
 
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10-Hour Ethical Psychedelic Care Certificate

Discover a Research-Backed, Wisdom-Rich, and Trauma-Informed Approach to Psychedelic Care. A Live, Online, Interactive Certificate Course Register Now

Our Ethos

“Scientific investigation into the therapeutic potential of psychedelics and training for practitioners is vital for combating the mental health crisis. I'm excited to continue working alongside Synthesis to provide high-quality services and meaningful scientific research for the psychedelic community.”

DR. ROBIN CARHART-HARRIS Head of Centre for Psychedelic Research at Imperial College London | Director of Psychedelics Division at Neuroscape (UCSF)

“Although many people think of psychedelics as dangerous drugs, it’s time for a rethink. When used carefully in clinical research settings, psychedelics have been reported to have a profoundly beneficial effect on many people’s lives. They are non-toxic, non-addictive, have very few side effects, and could potentially offer relief for people suffering from a range of psychological difficulties. As a scientific researcher working on the therapeutic benefits of psilocybin, I stand by Synthesis’ ethos to make psychedelics accessible to more people, implementing best practices for the community.”

DR. ROSALIND WATTS Faculty at Synthesis, and Former Lead Clinical Psychologist at Imperial College London’s Centre for Psychedelic Research
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